Prezi is unbelievably easy to use. That’s one of the reasons I love it. (By the way, if you haven’t seen a presentation using Prezi, check this out.) Unlike most presentation tools, it’s not riddled with “transition effects” and “layout options.” It’s brilliantly elementary. It’s devoid of constraints. For me, this is a blessing. For many, it’s a curse.

The Search for Structure

One of the most elusive concepts I find in most Prezi presentations is navigational structure – it’s lacking; people wildly zoom around a presentation. While this may make sense to the presenter, it is a completely disorienting experience for the audience and can certainly induce motion sickness.

Try this presentation, for example: